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C. Anne Laskaya

Associate Professor
English, Humanities Program, Medieval Studies
Phone: 541-346-1517
Office: 357 PLC
Office Hours: Spring Term: Via Zoom M 12-12:30pm, R 2:30-4pm & by appt.
Research Interests: Feminism Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Medieval Literary and Cultural Studies, Rhetoric, Composition, and Composition Pedagogy


Publications include The Middle English Breton Lays, an edition, Co-edited with Eve Salisbury, Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University Press, 1995; Chaucer's Approach to Gender in The Canterbury Tales, Cambridge, UK: Boydell & Brewer, D.S. Brewer, 1995; The World of Literature, a textbook co-edited with Louise Westling, Stephen Durrant, James Earl, Stephen Kohl, and Steven Shankman, Prentice-Hall, 1999;  "The Rhetoric of Incest in the Middle English Emare," 1998; "Wrangling Parliaments: Lesbian Studies and Medieval Studies," in The Lesbian Premodern, ed. Gaffney, et al, 2011; “Graftings, Reweavings and Interpretation: The Auchinleck Middle English Breton Lays in Manuscript and Edition,” Etudes Epistémè  Vol. 25. Spring, 2014.  Work in progress: Caxton's Mirror of the World, a scholarly edition under contract with Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University Press; a Second, Revised Edition of The Middle English Breton Lays.